Windows 8.1 went live this afternoon and if you had any luck downloading it (servers were getting pounded earlier today), you might want to check out Microsoft Remote Desktop, Microsoft’s latest app to hit the Google Play Store.
As the name suggests, Microsoft Remote Desktop allows Android users to control their Windows PC using their smartphone or tablet because, let’s face it, nobody really owns a Windows Phone device. Android users use multi-touch gestures to navigate around their desktops, enter text by clicking on text fields and use the familiar Android keyboard to type, and it’s even possible to stream “high quality video” complete with sound.
RemoteFX is the Microsoft’s technology making everything possible, and if you guys want to check out the app for yourselves, download the app by visiting the link below.
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